McIntosh v Governing Body of St Mark's Primary School

Race relations – Discrimination. The employee, a deputy head teacher at the employer primary school, had had a poor working relationship with the headteacher. The employee had accidentally sent an email to 20 members of staff setting out her grievances and referring to the headteacher as a racist. In dismissing the employee's appeal, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the employment tribunal's judgment was to be read in its entirety: its conclusions had been sufficiently reasoned.

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